Yap. Ralph says they are trying to take over the country. I asked him how realistic that was in Nigeria, Vampires taking over the country. He gave me an explanation that I now cannot recall, but it is in the market already. The first part that is.
Not Blade-like at all. I think the Vampires are trying to take over the world, not Nigeria as I said earlier, and one of them, played by Chidi Mokeme, falls in love with a human being played by Rita Nwankwo. Now, I am am working from memory, what I heard from the director Ralph Nwadike. It is possible I missed something there, so you will have to forgive me.
It is more a pseudo-horror action movie.
No, I have not seen it yet.
Alex has carved a niche for himself on the role of the 'stone-faced hard man'. His mien and carriage says it all- he is a consummate actor, and a well known face in the industry too. He blended well in the Yoruba flick 'Oyato'.
I'm surprised to see alex acting in films like oyato, 36 kiun and other yoruba films. He's a great actor though and his role in oyato is very different from whatwe've always known him to act in films such as the soap opera Ripples